THE KOVENANT To Record New CD, Compile DVD/VHS

Norway's THE KOVENANT are due to enter Woodhouse Studios in Hagen, Germany on June 20th to begin recording their next full-opus, due at the end of the year through Nuclear Blast Records. According to bassist/vocalist Lex Icon, "people can [watch us at work] at since they are going to put up webcameras in the studio. For the first time, fans can watch what happens... Also, we are filming everything from the studio (with a professional crew) and such etc... We are putting together a DVD/VHS, with tour stuff, shows, videos, studio stuff etc. which will then hopefully be released by the begining of the next year. Along with a remix album, featuring remixes from a lot of well-known bands, and people. The VIDEO will be put together, much like the METALLICA A Year & A Half In The Life Of... video..."


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